Roman Greek Charioteer of Delphi victorious Bust Sculptural Wall frieze plaque www.Neo-Mfg.com 10" tall museum reproduction
Mold made from a print of the original work on display at the Louvre
The Charioteer of Delphi is a rare surviving 2,500-year-old bronze sculpture from Ancient Greek culture. It is a life-size statue of a chariot driver found in 1896 at the Sanctuary of Apollo in Delphi.
The statue was commissioned to commemorate the victory of the tyrant Polyzalusa of Gela, a Greek colony in Sicily, and his chariot in the Pythian Games of 470 BC.
The Charioteer of Delphi was initially part of a larger group of sculptures that included the chariot, at least four horses, and possibly two grooms.
Brand new, hydrostone, hand made in USA, custom color finishes available.